Saturday, 12 November 2011

Gas pipeline to Israhell and Jordan bombard y Egyptians revolutionaries

An Egyptian pipeline  supplying gas to Israhell and Jordan has been hit with two explosions,  making it the seventh assault on the energy route since February. A first blast occurred around 1:00 a.m. Thursday (2300 GMT  Wednesday) 40 kilometers west of the town of al-Arish in the north of  the Sinai peninsula, AFP quoted an Egyptian security source as saying. Witnesses said they had also seen armed men at the scene of explosion. A second explosion took place near a pumping station in the same sector, causing a blaze. Previous attacks had interrupted gas supplies to both Israhell and  Jordan several times, but it was not immediately clear what impact the  latest attack would have on the energy route.

The most recent attack was on September 27 and left one person injured.  Cairo-Tel Aviv gas deal, reached after the 1979 peace accord between  the two sides, has come under heavy criticism since former Pro-Israhell Traitor Egyptian  dictator Hosni Mubarak was toppled in a popular revolution in February.On December 13, 2010, Israhell signed 20-year contracts with Egypt  worth more than 10 billion dollars (7.4 billion euros) to import Egypt's  natural gas.

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